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How the Law Is Standing Up to Cyberstalking


Leandra Ramm’s promising career as an opera singer fell to pieces after she was stalked by a man half way across the world but her legal battle against him resulted in the first successful conviction for international cyberstalking. 3,624 more words


WOW: Eric Garner's Family Settle For $5.9 million!

 Eric Garner’s family accepted a pretrial settlement pf 5.9 million from the city Monday. Garner’s estate filed a claim against the city for 75 million in October 2014 for damages related to his death. 139 more words

Real Talk With Ms. Ebony J

New York cop allegedly used dead man’s credit card to buy herself a diamond ring

She went to Jared.

Well, she tried.

Prosecutors say a New York police officer used a dead man’s credit card number in order to buy a diamond ring for herself. 212 more words


True Crime and The New York Times

Should you be tempted to tag the New York Times reflexively as a liberal rag, comes now this smoldering heap of statistical sophistry to disprove it at least for a day. 466 more words

Contemporary Commentary

The Would Have Been Software Engineer

“Officer Jackie”(the one on the right)

  • He said he does not have a hobby. (Ok. Although I don’t believe it)
  • He does not want to become a police officer.
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Ninjia Turtle and Sneakers

“Chris Monio” (As Chris insist using Ninjia Turtle as his profile picture. I chose his favorite character here. Plus a quote from Raphael:

Rephael  “We’re not Kung Fu frogs, we’re Ninja Turtles!”) 280 more words


High Five

“John Dow” (This means unidentified people. Universal name for people don’t want to identify themselves. And For female, it will be “Jane Dow”) So, ok, Mr. 477 more words